The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on December 10, 1913 · Page 3
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Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, December 10, 1913
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FOR - THE - CHILDREN GAMES AND TOYS I TWO DISTINCTIVE GARMENTS FOR THE BOUDOIR The negHsee is Quite as important to the wardrobe as the street frock or e\enln£ gown and as much attention Is being given it this season. The richest of silks and chiffons are useil In its Eiakmg. and the modish tr:m- mmss include tar. marabout and the metal laces. !Lace and marabout are especially smart. Th«: brightest and most of silk patterns are appropriate and pleasing -or t^ese garments, providing they are Eoudoir csps are fashioned in niary ouaint ces'gns, the btitterily and peas- tat cap in lace or chiffon daintily trimmed. v.Kh a rose is-reath or a ba.nd of far. Xo. SOOS is a quaint, smart matinee developed in pale yellov.- chiffon cloth. eoi!ared and baaded in a 5gureu silk in -nh:ch there are mic;lings of several pastel* shades. The petticoat (TT40) is ot liberty satin, in the i-i*ne soit \el!ow. This matinee may be made in size 3S v. ith 2'*4 yards of 35 inch material. The I/Kttj'.oat requires 2*o yards of 25 incii ru.itcr:a' for size 24. One of those richly colored brocbS sii'-cs. is used for S013 \v:ta trinirnings of plain satin and frills o' metal lace nmshinj neck and s!ee*. es. A pretty fad ior the boudoir is to have stockings and corthunes match the robe or matinee or contrast effectively ·wrlth them. Often if the sa-rment is fur trimmed a bit of the fur bands the slipper or trims the satin garter. This design 'S013) may be mace in size 35 v.-ith 5^4 yards of 36 incb material. Xo. SQOS--sizes 32 to 44. 2Co. 7740--sizes 22 to 36. :N*o. S013--sizes 32 to 44. Each pattern 15 Below are a few of the many games and toys in our l a r g e Christmas stock. Circus Cars, Fire Engines, Boys" Tool Chests, Dolls, Swords, G u n s , Banjos, .Weary Willie^Iutt and Jeff, Violins, Dogs, Cars, Wagons, Horses, Houses, Elephants, Animals, Majestic Fishing Pond, Tiddledywinks,Tabie Crouquet, Fox and Geese, Donkey Party, Round the World, With" Xellie Bly, Farmer Jones' Pigs. Authors, Old Maids, etc. Christmas Tree Decorations All of the fancy fcssy little things that go to beatfcify and decorate the Christmas tree. This stock is complete, and consists in part of Tinsel Balls, Stars Pic'tures, Candles, Candle Holders Animals and Beads. Trimmer's 5 10 ct. Store Cor. Baltimore Streets Gettysburg, Pa. 111:11 H. P. MARK Arendtsville H. P. MARK A big Display of Holiday Goods The thirty-first anniversary of my being in business Trill be celebrated with a grand opening of holiday goods on Saturday, December 6th, 1913 A big stock fresh from the eastern cities has been placed in our store rooms and will be open for inspection to all our friends and customers. Our holiday stock consists of j To obtain either jattem ulustra.t'zd £11 out this coupon and enclose 15 tents ia j ·5tsi2ps*or coin. Be sure to state uaraser j of pattern and s:ze. measuring oir*r trie luHest part of the oust. .Address Patttm Xo Size {j Address PUBLIC SALE SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13.1913. The undersigned intending to quit housekeeping will oner at Public Sale in the Arendtsville Borough the following: 1 good Weaver organ, 1 large six jlegged tab!e, 1 couch, 1 lounge, 1 bu- irea.ii, bedstead, 1 corner cuoboard. 2 j stands, 2 sinks, i doz. cane seated _ chairs, % doz. plank bottom chairs, ^ ;doz. good dining roo-n chairs, 3 rock' ers, wood box. baby coach, trundle bed. 'double heater stove and pipe, chunk stove, 80 yds. carpet, 40 'yds. good matting, 7 yds. linoresm, 7?~ yds. stair carpet. 4 doughtrays, Iron Settle and ring, lot of window blinds end curtains. 4 mirrors. lot of glassware and dishes. 4 lamps, pots and nans. agate avare, lot of jars and crocks. 2 ·wash bowls and pitcners, 4 one gallon jugs of vinegar. ~*i barrel of. vinegar, 1 cider barrel. 1 meat vessel. 1 fifteen gallon, keg. 2 ten gallon segs, bread i cupboard, 2 tabs, ivash machine, rub- I her and -srmger, 3 lard cans, good i bushel basket. "% bushel measure, lot ! of netting Tv-ire. digging iron, martock. shovel, rake, coal backets. 2 sets of knives and forks, spoons, 2 SDinning .xrheels. shoemaker bench, and tools. 2 pair of skates, tri-scuare. plane lot of articles too numerous to mention. Sale to begin at 1 o'clock when terms will be made known by the un- dersgned MARGARET R_ TAYLOR. Ira P. Tavlor. Auctioneer. A. D. Sheely, Clerk. R. B. Bushman Cleaner :HINA and GLASSWARE Cut glass pieces in latest patterns. The only store at which to buy it in tee North end of the County. Dinner sets, Silver knives and forks. BRIC-A-BRAC ' Vases, Candlebra, Statuary ; and Japanese pieces ; LAMPS ; of every style and description. m FURNITURE During the holidays only we offer an eight piece $30 solid oak suite for $25. Dresser has a French beveled mirror 24 x 30. An exceptional offer which will only last for the holiday trade. Iron bedsteads and other furniture of all descriptions. An especially attractive line of rockers, dining room suits, sideboards, desks, etc. SLEDS and WAGONS The kind that won't break when you look at them- Big line of Hghmsng gtnders and flexible fivers. Other toys. TOILET SETS A large line of toilet sets has been received for the holiday "trade. A most acceptable gift and we have many patterns. SWEEPERS Bissel's swepers make very acceptable gifts. They save many hours hard \vork- PICTURES We have no" competitors in price, for we do oar framing in dull seasons. We are overstocked and the goods must go. As a result we have-made a reduction of 25 per cent- on all pictures. CARPETS Brussels, Slouquet, Axmih- sier, Ingrain and Bag carpet- A pa'ccem to suii everyone. RUGS A large number of rugs of attractive design and excellent quality. All sizes. A new line of bath room rugs, 36 x 72 for 98c 30 x CO for S9c. GIL STOVES m Monarch and B. and B. oil S£ heaters which are just the thing ^g to take the chill off of a room. CLOCKS m 33f-. Our display of clocks is large |J3jj and at. varied prices. Cathedral 2sK gong: clocks from $3 to §6.75, 3?^ all new_designs. Oak case clocks: ^5 and cheaper grades,a!ann clocks, ·· etc., for those who -wane them . Qm " -, -S^- and GRAPE -vtNE Sunday School will hold their Christmas entertainment on Monday jevening. December 22nd. If inclement weather Tuesday evening. Committee.--advertisement. 1 A Sewing Machine at $18.00 That Equals Any S30.00 Machine Full size high arm sewing head. Ball-bearing enameled stand. Five drawers with polished oak fronts and handsome pu!s; oae of them with bobbin compartments. Thoroughly adjusted so tha'c ic may be used in the home at once without trouble. Fully guaranteed for ten years. Should last a lifetime with reasonably careful use. Will do perfectly all the sewing required in the average raodern home. Has full equipment of attachments same as the higher priced machines. A trouble-proof easy-running, thoroughly satisfactory Machine. "We will sell you a S45.00 machine, rotary action, with all the at- tachmen'ts, hemmers. etc.. for S27.00. Guaranteed for 10 years. Fully guaranteed machines as low as S14.00. They have been handled with success for 20 vears. H. P. M A R K - Arencltsville Adams County Department, care of s^-Es nap^r. * , -^SY^TT what-YOU- mas Shopping "Now Select Your Presents While Our Assortment is Complete We will be glad to lay them aside until wanted, or deliver them at any time and place designated. Nowhere will you find a more carefully selected assortment of those articles which stand the test cf copstant use than at our store. ATTRACTIVE HARDWARE ARTICLES Boy Scout Watches, $1.25. Boy Scou': Axes, 60c. Air rifles, 75 to $1.50. Target Rifles, 1.50 to $10.00. Leather Gloves for Boys or Girls, 35c a pr. Table Knives and forks, 50c to $5 per set. Carving Sets, 2.50 to $8.00. O'Cedar Mops, 1.00 to $1.50. Therm omaiers, 20 different patterns, in Oak Wai nut and Mahogany finish, 25c to $2.00. 1914 Model Bicycles, 25.00 to $40.00. Pocket Knives with wood, stag and pearl handles- 25c to $2.00. Carnage and Auto Robes Fancy Flush and Imitation Buffalo, 3.00 to $9.00. BOYS' TOOL CHESTS We have chests containing real tools of standard makes, such as Keen Kutter and Oak Leaf. Prices from $3 oo to $8.50. Then we have cheaper chests for the srna'ler bo vs. DOLLS, TOYS. BOOKS, ETC. We have a beautiful line of Dolls; all the new things in Character Dolls, Unbreakable Dolls. Talking Uo!!s, etc. All the little girls want dolls. Buy th"m hire. A nice line oT Games of various kinds BEAUTIFUL CHINA A most acceptable gift to the home-keeper is a Dinner Set We have then in Austrian. Linioges or Haviland China. Also in semi-porcelain. All the decorations are good. Odd pieces of Cnina. something to sBit every persons taste. APPROPRLVFE FOR X-MAS Beautiful Toilet and Manicure Articles in French Ivjry and Pink and Blue Pyralin, in separate pieces or sets. Price low for the quality of the goods. -Just what all ladies or yoaag' girls want for their dressing tables. GOOD THINGS TO EAT This is ?lways the store of the Choice Fruits, Canned Goods, Confectioner}^, Nuts, Etc. The best in quality that can be purchased anywhere. NUT PICKS AND PICKERS __ It is hard to find a present that combines so much real worth for the price as a set of Nut Pickers and Crackers, made of steel and nickle-plated. GETTYSBURG DEPARTMENT STORE We GETTYSBURG, PA. '' Green Trading Stamps With all Purchases WAGONS, COASTERS, ETC. Only an empty purse can be offered as an excuse for denying children these heart gladdeners Express Wagons are useful. A Coaster Wagon or Automo bile is the dream of every boy's heart. A Doll Go- Cart will gladden any little girl's heart. Sleds, Jce Skates and Roller Skates; all prices. SHAVING OUTFITS Whether he makes a practice of shaving himself or not every man should have a shaving outfit. We have practical!}- every approved m?.ke of Safety Razor, including Gem, Gillette and Auto Strop, from $1.00 to $5.00. Shaving Brushes, Beautiful Shaving Mirrors and Shaving Sets aflford everything desirable for some man's equipment which will be truly appreciated. CHRISTMAS NEEDFULS Iake cards, tags, seals, tinsel cord and ribbonene, fcolly and poinettia paper, white tisse paper, booklets, calendars, calendar pads. Everything to make the gift look its best. A beautiful line of Holiday Box Paper and Correspondence Cards. ,fC. V . t ",. ^ S*' -»»* ~ . t * ! .NEWSP4PE1

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